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they did it tonight in tampa bay. a great pitching game on both sides. we are live in st. petersburg with the latest. what a night for baseball. still waiting on the outcome of the yankees red sox game. arts exactly. that game still in extra innings. 3.eead at james shileds pitched the best games. the orioles managed to win anyway. it was a crucial game. many fans in attendance here. top 4. the only mistake made all night, to the wrong guy at the wrong time. chris davis. 7th home run in 6 games. tying the record with reggie
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jackson who did it in 1976. miguel gonzales. eva longoria looking at that one. manny machado makes the play tonight. miguel gonzalex. z. spectacular. going after words. garcia's the great mentality. he has nothing to lose. -- >> he has a great mentality. he has nothing to lose. he is got to say -- to pitch intelligently. you give someone like that in command, you can make it work. >> from the mexican league to out and james shields at his
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best when the orioles have to have it best, that was something. later, we will hear from jim johnson and chris davis. >> he is red hot. we have. u local members to show us their seats. we see great views all around. should your pictures with us today. tonight the baltimore city police officers are on suspension after the death of a man in police custody. the medical examiner determined that anthony anderson died of blunt force trauma. his family is calling for murder charges against the police officers who arrested him shortly before he died. we are live a police headquarters with the latest. >> the autopsy concluded that anthony anderson died a violent death, suffering blunt force trauma including broken ribs and a ruptured spleen.
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his death was ruled a homicide which technically means death at the hands of another person. local activists and relatives of anthony anderson rallied to call for murder charges against three police officers who arrested him on the timber 21st. >> we are calling for murder charges. we are calling for these officers to be fired. an end to their paid vacation at the taxpayers' expense. >> anthony anderson and counted the officers on this make it lot. detectives assigned to the violent crime section reported they moved in to arrest him after they caught him in a drug deal. >> the observed with the expected -- suspected to be some types of heart -- some type of narcotics. he hit them at the end of his mouth. them in his mouth. he was taken into custody. and he was complaining of pain. >> the medical examiner of detective mark -- morphing into
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this system very blunt force trauma is listed as the cause of death which is the reason why it was will the homicide. >> they lifted him shake up into the air and drove him into the ground on his head and neck first. >> ahead of the police union review the report and believes anthony anderson's injuries are consistent with the standard take down maneuver often used to arrest a suspect who may be armed. ' s family says he is a long history of police -- his family says he has a long history police and not to resist arrest. >> we want these officers fired, we want them arrested. and we want them convicted. because if it was a normal citizen that committed homicide, they would be behind bars. >> the officers are suspended
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with pay currently. the state attorney's office will make the call on whether to charge them. that call will likely hinge on the question of intent. what the police officers intended to do when they arrested him. >> thank you. city police say one of their officers suffered a concussion and remains hospitalized in good condition tonight after a nasty motorcycle accident. the officer was headed to a training facility when he drove over a medal strip in owings mills. he lost control of the motorcycle and collided with a barrier. it is not clear if this morning's weather played a role in that crash. two men face charges tonight in connection with the kidnapping and sexual assault in the baltimore county. a 70-year-old reported being infected -- a 17-year-old girl reported being abducted. two men pulled up in an suv
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beside her and forced her into the vehicle. police said they drove to an alley where they assaulted her and took her cell phone and identification. the teenager was then shot up by a nearby apartment complex. police say the men are responsible for a similar attack last tuesday. >> we believe these cases are connected. the pattern is almost identical. both victims were accosted in virtually the same place. they had both gotten off at the same bus stop and both forced at gunpoint into a ford chassis -- ford suv. police say the 18-year-old woman was forced to perform a sex act. both campbell and waller faced numerous charges. they are being held without bail. baltimore city police say 17-
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year-old is charged as an adult than the stabbing of a fellow student at heritage high school. he was arrested yesterday and faces several charges, including attempted first-degree murder. investigators say on monday, he stabbed the victim during a fight just before 11:00 in the morning. the victim was taken to hospital after receiving treatment from the school nurse. one of the city fire companies that was planned to shut down earlier this year will now remain in service. we're live at city hall to live with more. that is good news to a lot of people to request a lot of people are very excited about the announcement which came out this afternoon during. -- which came out this afternoon. >> it has earned the respect of the people who lived in the west baltimore neighborhood. it is the most decorated drop in the city in part of rescue efforts that saved three of
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conscious children from this house fire in may. the council and heard a lot of complaints from constituents with his truck was slated to close. >> everyone was concerned about the longevity of the truck. >> mayors of new brunswick plant on " including -- mayor stephanie rawlings blake planned on including. she was able to find additional revenue from money generated by the 2011 and 2012 grand prix events in. >> i am not a fan that directive. i am not anyone except for the union president. the mayor, the summer and the truck companies are open, that is great. thank you. >> the mayor's office released the following service thetruck 10 -- this administration will not take cuts when it comes to safety. i am pleased is critical investments have made baltimore better, safer, and truck or over
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the last two and a half years. including improvement in fires its response and trenchant. the men and women of the baltimore city fire department have done and continue to do a great job. >> i am ecstatic. it is a great decision. >> of the past years, the city has gone from five daily good hitting company closures to these two companies. they have not had to lay out any fire bombers -- firefighters. >> tonight telson university has announced a proposal to tw proposalo division one sports up a school which -- toswwson university has announced a proposal to cut two proposals --
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two division once ford's. >> we are blindsided by this. >> we caught up by baseball players minutes after they will toward the upcoming season could be their last. >> i am angry and frustrated. i philip it is out of our hands. >> the proposal to drop the sport is mostly about saving money and staying in line with federal athletic guidelines according to the athletic director. he said the cake -- the cuts would save more though it had a thousand dollars a year. -- more than $800,000. >> these forts we spell out -- we fort are central to our mission. -- thse sports we feel are central to our mission to reports under the proposal, the school would bring back this tennis program and at college of
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funds to other men's and women's sports. within hours, if facebook page was up with more than 1500 members. the assistant soccer coach and former player says supporters are already organizing and helping to fight the recommendation. >> hopefully we can get the voices and voice our opinion and say we would like things to be different and hopefully they are not finalized yet. >> if approved, the cuts will go into effect after the 20122013 season. current athletes will be able to stay under scholarship. but they say it is bald as the stick around, they will not even. >> i will play this year if we stick together but after that, i will have to determine if i want to stay here. >> a final decision on the proposed cuts will be made a dent in november. up next, the washington redskins are stepping into the political fray. what the team as a tonight. in maryland doctor lived off
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medicare for more than $1 million. why you could be footing the bill. >> heavy rain earlier today. dense fog forming and the two areas tonight. we will check that and check out we will check that and check out of warm
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>> jim lehrer, a moderate the 90 minutes.
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you can watch that right here. the redskins issued a statement. part of it reads -- in addition to adding another casino, question 7 backs other games. it is a huge target for fraud. as much as $60 billion is listed on providers to cheat. can it be stopped? our commit in 2012 report. >> it was bought by this man, a
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doctor. at the time in 2009, he was making money by ripping off medicare. but when the government insurance plan for patient care it cannot provide. >> he claims he was doing minor surgical operations on patients in nursing homes but he was not accurate -- he was not. larry shows how easy it is to cheat. he was barred from billing medicaid in 2007. he did not stop. days alter, he was -- later, he awwas back at it. he was paid for 18 visits to a patient.
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it is a podiatrist. patient is a double amputee. he was not syncopations said he did not know that. >> how was he able to keep for so long? >> this doctor had the program integrity for medicare and medicaid. the large number who refers to -- 4.5 million medicare claims filed every date. in new edified command center and system r on line to better investigate suspicious claims. critics complain the systems are too expensive. what we want to find the people doing these schemes and doin things to submit claims that should not get paid you are getting. >> he and his wife still on a million-dollar house but he is not there. home for him for the next four years -- a federal prison in
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western maryland. the result of his guilty plea to help care fraud. -- health care fraud. >> your 11 insta weather plus forecasts. >> of hours ago, in the middle of heavy rainfall to the north and west of baltimore city. the really heavy stuff there north of baltimore. out of the south and west. all that tracked right across central maryland bush of towards newington during the day. -- and pushed up towards new england during the day. it was the morning rain into the early afternoon that really put down some hefty total. you can see that stripe that went up and do pennsylvania. it affected baltimore, howard,
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and other counties. a solid two or three or 4 inches of rain coming down. these were some of the impressive totals. an inch here. ellicott city, almost 2 inches. over 3 inches in alders bird. at bwi, they were just to the south and east of that really have a line. only ended up with about 1/2 inch. that is the total for the month now. high temperatures today, 71. that is about normal. it was a normal -- warmer than normal second day of october. well above average. it is not cooling off much. still live in the mid 70's. summer like temperatures on the eastern shore. even western maryland in the upper 50's. it alleges a slight cooling by a degree or two degrees fog.
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-- it only takes a slight cooling by decree or to o produce fog. moving slowly to the north. the pressure west of us will call in the mild air. tomorrow, warmer than normal. 79-84. isolated chance of a thunderstorm. waves 1 foot or less. sunshine breaks to the cloud cover. hawaii they're comfortable. upper 60's 27 because of. -- to 70's. at the coast, mild temperatures for a kind of money. slight chance of a shower of afternoon thunderstorm. warm weather hangs around for the workweek. friday, mostly sunny day.
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cold fronts and that in a very bringing showers. >> live outside of tropicana field. the orioles with another dramatic victory. we will hear from chris davis and jim johnson. america. tonight's mega million jack at -- jackpopt it $28 million. let's see if we can make a million and. 55, 20, 11, 10, and 42.
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>> this is 11 sports. >> if you still needed evidence to believe the orioles magic, consider this. james shields said a tampa bay record tonight. and the o's still won, 1-0. even with that, they continue to chase the yankees. miguel gonzalez. a brilliant light of his own. double the force. chris davis. this shot may have crossed over into tampa. nothing. bottom of the fourth. struck out seven of his own. 27 batters struck out in the
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game alive. -- game tonight. we go on to the 9th. only 4 hits in this one the 5tyh away we could to game 162 tomorrow in tampa. pete joys is now from tropicana field. absolutely amazing pitching. should we expect anything other than the o's for the outcome of this season? >> at this point, absolutely not. we spent so much of the season try to figure out how they could be here, how they could be this good. that does not matter any more. it is a good team and a very good either -- good hitter
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tonight. chris davis. >> have long as they are winning, i am happy. that is what it comes down to at the end of the day. i'm hot right now at a pivotal point in the season. >> you have to win those games. yet the judge tried to find a way. those last three innings, they are the hardest to get. if you keep a close, you keep a close, he was a good chance. >> jim johnson reiterated that they have no problems. they are not supposed to be here. you mentioned the red sox and the yankees. >> it went down to the in new expect an extra innings. tonight they lingered in the clubhouse watching the yankees. the dinkins come back to win its, 43 -- the yankees comeback
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to win it. .acoby tells very they had a 3-1 lead going into the night. bottom of the ninth yankees down to. not anymore. raul. game tied 2,. . the bottom of the tall. the single wins it for the yankees. new york takes it. for three over boston -- 4-3 over boston jury -- boston. the american league -- the demand -- the yankees have the best record. oakland has the worst record event of the playoff picture. detroit is guaranteed to vanish in a third of the five playoff games.
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some of the top two spots, the bottom to spot the ball flip- flop. we still do not know when the orioles will start the playoffs. >> what if the o's when tomorrow night and the yankees? -- than the orioles will be a wild card? the wild card, you have to win the game to advance. that will be friday. might be in oakland or here at camden yards. >> really still so much. this has been breathtaking night. >> it will decrease it tomorrow.
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>> 7 day forecast, warmer than normal. a couple showers tomorrow and thursday. a lot of sun on friday. front comes through on the weekend. early next week, 30's at night. october cringing it up. >> that is all for us tonight. . [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning instit
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